Age of Fear: Power Versus Principle in the War on Terror
This book is a choice collection of illuminating essays and other writings that encapsulate the author's outstanding contributions to the field of security studies worldwide, especially in the Southeast Asian region. Each chapter demonstrates clearly the author's incisive study and informed analysis into the various issues and events covered.
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Age of Fear
Who Is a Terrorist?
Culture Fear and the Roots of Terror
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Afghanistan Age of Fear Al-Qaeda allies American Arab argued ASEAN Asia's Asian Baghdad bombings Bush administration Bush administration's Bush Doctrine Bush's campaign causes of terror challenge China civilian clash of civilizations coalition conflict cooperation countries critics defence Delhi democracy democratic domestic economic empire ethnic Europe fight forces foreign policy global Gulf hegemony homeland security India Indonesia intelligence international community International Herald Tribune international order international relations Iraq Iraq's Iraqi Islamic Israel Israeli Japan Jemaah Islamiah Kashmir killed leaders legitimacy liberal Malaysia mass destruction Middle East military action Minister multilateralism Muslim national interest neo-cons North Korea Osama Pakistan Palestinian Palestinian issue peace Philippines political President regime change regional root causes Saddam Hussein Saudi September 11 attacks Singapore Singapore's South Asia Southeast Asia strategic Taliban targets terrorist terrorist activity terrorist attacks terrorist groups threat transnational troops unilateralism United US-led Washington weapons of mass world order
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